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Great Interpreters: Beyond the Μusic 16 – Goran Trajkoski

Great Interpreters: Beyond the Music series
– 16 –
Goran Trajkoski



FYROM – Skopje

Goran Trajkoski was born in 1963 in Veles, Skopje. Since 1980 he was a member of many different groups like Saraceni, Padot na Vizantija, Aporea, Mizar und Anastasia.
With Anastasia he made the soundtrack for the movie „Before The Rain“ (by Milcho Manchevski) which was a world-wide success with the audience and the media alike.
After this he made two more records with Anastasia and then worked with the
Skopje band Mizar with which he released another record. He toured all of Europe with those two bands.
Throughout his life Trajkoski composed theater music for performances in
Skopje and Athens (Greece)


Coming Back Home


By the Rivers of Babylon




4 responses

  1. paraskevas

    anastasia aminteo epexan hronia prin avrio taxidevo gia berlin pira to harti me toue aggelous pou mas harises. Aftes tis meres se skeftome. Elpizo na ise kala. kali mas dinami.

    February 10, 2009 at 20:36

  2. Maja

    Nikada nisam cula lepsi i kompleksniji muski vokal. Predivna slojevitost glasa i nezamenljiv licni ton. U Anastasiji je uzbudljivo univerzalizovao duboko etnicki ukorenjenu muziku. ”Kobna ubavina” je album kojem ime jako pristoji – zaista kobna lepota. Goran Trajkoski – jedan od najtalentovanijih muzicara za koje znam.

    March 10, 2009 at 17:30

  3. Maja

    I have never heard more beautiful and more complex male vocal. Wonderful stratified voice and remarkable personal tone. In Anastasia he thrillingly universalized ethnically deep rooted music from Balkans. The Terrible Beauty is album which deserves it`s name – terrible beauty indeed. Goran Trajkoski – one of most talented musicians I know.

    March 10, 2009 at 22:15

    • Maja,
      thank you for your comment

      Goran is a very sensitive artist and a significant man.I met him in Thessaloniki and Skopje, during the period of Anastasia.
      You know, there were difficult times between Skopje and Greece,
      and the contact with the group Anastasia was a catalyst in exceeding political and national differences.

      thank you Goran
      thank you Maja

      my respect to Serbia


      March 11, 2009 at 01:39

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